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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 September 1921

TAX SALE OF W. T. LM MOVABLE PROP'ERTY 17.7. '2 es, lute: (Owthlssd from Preceeding Page) HENI Sec. 21-: WAR)D (7) SEVEN Taxes, jHABD TOBIN-SE of NW, Sec1 M. 81 + To. Total ,lsessmert $500.00 17-8. T Tes, nteres and cost ..............$17.40. es, luter JACE RUSHING.--NW of NW, that 3. N. Purt of SW of NW, Se. 13. That part aSec. 5-1 NE of NE lying E. of Alexandria ad Sparta road, Sec. 1415-7. ..esi .-. dW. Total assessment $1,120.06126-14"5. i!s interest and cost ..............$34.35 Taxes, AMOS JA% KSON.-N 1-2 of NE, 25, St w of 5E, Sec. 24-15-7. Rest ce Total assessment $1,225.00. Total a interest and cost ..........$36.50[ WALTER HAM.-N 1-2 of SW of B. F W 1-2 of N E of NE, NW of NE, 9.15-7. Residence, Total assess. t $1,350.00 Taxes, interest and H. I . ........... .....$40.3, side of --L & IOLMAN.-Lot 3, Block Total a Total asse~ssmnet $100.00. Taxes trs and cost ..............................$0.60. B. F . ITT! GORDON.-N 1.2 of SE 34-14-8. of NW, SE of SE, Sec. 30. L 1-2 T...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 September 1921

cConathy s Sale Continued we continued our sale for a period of two weeks, which affords our customers an opportunity to fny seasonable items of Ready-to-Wear at a great saving. There are suits for boys suitable for wear, shoes and many other items for every member of the family that are placed on the bargain ,not because they are old stock, but we are compelled to reduce our stock on hand. We Are Showing In Recent Arrivals ies' Suits, Dresses and Oxfords, Mens' and Boys' Hats, Shoes and ing and are receiving other new goods every day. J. S. McConathy Arcadia Srw . T : : : : : : : Teleoe No. 34 litherland, of Shreveportl y visitor. aws, of Bloom, was a on Tuesday. leary and daughter, Mis4 ~ecent visitors in Sims t n, of Bienville, has guest of Mr. Lamar Tay. Fouller, of Cheneyvllle. of her aunt, Mrs. F,,s last Friday. and Ben Ferguson are home of Rev. apd Mrs. eld. Glen Andrews, of guests of Mr. and Illam last Sunday. Rube Knighton and were guests of Mr. and last week-end. on, of Sh...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 September 1921

'ROCLAMATION. tiin, I';riskh of Bien if the P,,arl of Sill-r Visors 01 . t lls in m l fom r i P ,i:l vlle Parish, State ,f Iotiiui:,:;t. In accordance with tihe ,ilitin,l ;lti of the State of L.rouiinlaia, . l ,,l suant to the procl:aluntio i ' !i< 1:. celleney John AM. I':,rk'r. i, l.,, i hereby givent ad we, p'rt ui-n! ti;;i general elehtion will Ile i ;,I ti various precinles at !,,?V W !, by law in th0. P'a1 4 ,I l i,, .;vi)l. State of l.ouisia;:, ,,; Tuesday, Septemlber ';I h, l!r!, for the elec(tii ,! ;! . I: ; preme Court, for' i. , Court District. the .:. I i.: :i , , held under tlt' (We'-r , ,1 inoh La of the State of I,,lie i ;tk , oli ;r l, ii 1 followlin pr r-inlts, ;I, ll u nm er ii,. supervision of the fllwir no, > loners, to-wit: Ward One. ARlCADIA.--A. F. White, .1. 1: ?;eard, Miss A\ddi Ilhousti si Jli...lrw el :,icuire and Mrs. IRuth (;o1', ('~ ;uisioners. DRISKILL.--L. T. ('till~.rlstn. T. .1 Cumnmings, HII. J. ('alley. .1. 1 I ;i !ill and W. L. ('olenim, (...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 September 1921

The Bienville Democrat ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 8th. 1921 NUMBER ENTYFOUR left ('ith litn Illtl in( N Iý Wili ypost simple (ammple in Arithmetic is addition: One plus - Two. '-you deposit your money RE(U[LARL, it adds up fast and hi ge grows. triý Session of that money is good for you; it develops self- Wt and build CHARACTER. hit t:ire In and open a bank account for your boy-and yourself. WE WILL WELCOME YOU. it COMMERCIAL BANKI of Arcadia tt 11111 dialce Fuel Co sturers, olesale ad etio: One plu DEALroS IN ; and Ice Crearnm O8 . . ARCADIA, LA. auel geCInct. actu 0Qou ters, ct W rotetoal and sretie l SBALI--- N -RE 18 er ARCAIi Eiohtoe Lar. OrLeee nue.W n cy Is ics correctly. We appreciate your business you needInsuranc. We know hw to writ ace of Evey Kind Known to Man." PERED WITH ta Bank and Trust Installed Modern arm System. Sal Bank and Trust has taken a wise step todate electric alarn by the Cannon Ball i7 inneapolls. All that y( iee of this alarm...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 September 1921

JONES-STONE. A" wedding of unusual interest to a large number of friends on Wednes- 1 day, Alugust 31st, at the First Bap- 1 tist Church in Galveston, when Miss Vera Jones, of Arcadia, and Rev. John Leon Stone, of Waco, Texas, (fo"rmer- I ly of Dubach) were united in mar. \rlage, the impressive ceremony being ýerformed by Rev. Will Banks, also a graduate of Baylor and a former pu pil of the groom at Jena, La. Miss Jones, accompanied by her father, Mr. R. M. Jones, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Augustus Jones, of Colfax, left Ar' cadla on Saturday, August 28th, foi Galveston. On Wednesday, August 31st, Rev. J. L.' Stone left Waco for Galveston, and the marriage was cele brated in the First Baptist Church. Thursday they' went to Waco wherei the groom received his M. A. degree, from Baylor University on Friday ev Iening at the graduating exercises. LAfter spending several days in Waco. where they were the recipients of i many delightful courtesies, Mr. amu Mrs. Stone will arrive in Arcadia o...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 September 1921

THE CLAN CALL By HAPSBURG LIEBE Copyuight by DoubledS, Pate LOe easily, "LONESOME." on th Ben i synopsis. -Young Carlyle Wilbur- minutes ton Dale, or "Bill Dale," son of propose( SwealhY coal operator, John K. go to til Dale, arrives at the Halfway land re Switch, ' eastern Tennessee, his refu abandoninK a life of idle case--and 'incdentally a bride, Patricia Clav- Of Coit ierng;s at the altar-determined to "You' Make his own way In life. He tlea tor meets "Babe' Littleford, typical with th mountatneer girl. "By" Heck, a charaeter of the hills, takes him to John Moreland's home. Moreland stole o is chief of his "clan," which has rrou th *s old feud with the Littlefords. go tells Dale of the killing of his brother, David Moreland, years out she ago, owner of rich coal deposits, Llttlefo by a man named Carlyle. Dale him. ' beole'es the man was his father, landma Dale makes his home with the territor Morelands. Talking with Babe, Dale is ordered by "Black Adam" straigh Ball to leave "h...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 September 1921

STATE TAX SALE OF LIM OVABLE PROPERTY The State of Louisiana Vs. Delnquent Taz Debtors, Blenville Parish, Louisiana By virtue ,of the authority vested( in me. by the constitutioln and laws of the State of Louisiana, I will -AI1 ai the principal frot door of tihe court house, In which t1:e civil district court of said parish is hlld, w~ithin the lega sale hours for judicial sales, beginiangI at 11:00 odcloek oil Saturday, September 10th, 1921 and continuing on each succeeding day. until said sales are cornph'te.I on whirl, all Immovable protety a.x's are now due to the State of Louisi:ui:, asi! th, Parish of Bielivil!c, to nfsr e tle ed lection of taxe:, assessed =nl tle year 1920, toge.ther wit hi ttrest thereon from thb 31st diiy of Dec. 19l'20, at the rate of 10 per f((t per aanun uanti' paid, aid co~ts. The :una.es of said delinquent tax payer,, amounts of taxes due by each on : 110 ssessment of said year, and the itnh.o ib!e property assessed to each to be offered for sale as ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 September 1921

i>mWETAXsAJ Ov TIMOVABLE POPEIm 17 ---- es, (Continued from Proceeding Page) J, Sec. - Tax WARD (7) SEVEN LEONARD TOBIN-SE of NW, See 26-1 20.15-6, Total assessment $500.00 Tax Taxes, interest and cost ..............117.40. J DACE RUMHTNG.-NW of NW, that NE, part of SW of NW, Sec. 13. That part Tot of NE of N E lying E. of Alexandria tere snd Sparta road, Sec. 14-15.7. ReIs- B dence. Total assessment $1,120.00 Sec. Taxes, interest and cost ..............$34.35 Tax AMOK JACKSON.-N 1-2 of NE, 13 Sec. 25, SW of SE, Sec. 24-15.7. Rest- sidE dence. Total assessment $1,225.00. Tot Tales, interest and cost ...........$36.50. tere WALTER HAM.-N 1-2 of SW of B NE, W 1-2 of NE of NE, NW of NE, 34-1 . 9.15.7. Residence. Total assess. Tax ment $1,350.00 Taxes, Interest and N riper .................................. ... ........$40.35 SW I HALL & IIOLMAN.-Lot 3, Block 27-1 9, Total assessment $100.00. Taxes Tax I Interest and cost ...........................$6.60. P KITTY GORDON.-N 1-2 o...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 September 1921

LOUISIANA HAPPENINGS News of the Pelican State Arrang ed in Condensed Fom i Seanerette.--Oakdale w~s selected as the place for holding the nwut ses sion of the Lake Charles District Con-fe ference of the Methodist Diiiscopal Church. Holloway.--A mass meeting attend ed by 158 cattle owners was held at Holloway, this parish, recently to protest against the enactment of the "no fence law." Estherwood. --Dr. Hunter of Rayne received the highest price paid for 1 new rice in this section this year, Sselling hero more than 300 bags at $4.02 a barrel. Covington.--Another election will be held October 4 to grant the school] board authority to issue bonds to the extent of $60,000 for the purpose of i building a high school in the vicinity of Sun. Baton Rouge.-That taxes in East Baton Rouge parish will he less this year than in former years is evidenced by the fact that at a recent meeting .of the police jury the millage was re duced. Monroe.-Mrs. E. L,. KeInper, living about eight miles from ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 September 1921

GENUINE DURHAM tobacco makes 50 good cigareties for 1lc We want you to have tho best paper for "BULL." So now you ca: -.'naivo with each packa:e -a ook of 24 leaves , ; ; the very fines~ cigarette paper in the v o dJ. ,:, --Lc- ELEC ('TION i'K1O)NL\.1TION. 1 State of 4)Uiciianai, Parish of Bien ville. )tHlic, of Ihe Ioardl of Super visors of Flections in awld for Bien vlle L'arish, lState of Louisiana. In accordance with the election Ihw, of the State of ILouisiaJna, and pur suant to the proclamation of His Ex cellency John M. Parker, notice is hereby given and we proclaim that a general election will be held at the various precincts as now established by law in the Parish of Bienville, State of Louisiana, on Tuesday, September 27th, 1921, for the election of Justice of the Su preme Court, for the Second Supreme Court District, the said election to be held under the General Election Law., of the State of Louisiana, and at the following precints, and .under the supervision of the fol...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 September 1921

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME X . ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 15th, 1921 NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE You have a Future. Your future is what YOU MAKE it. If you acquire speid thrift habits, your future will not be bright and successful. If you are industrious and deposit your menoy regularly, JUing can stop you from reaching the top of the ladder of success. And remember-your employer knows those who are carefu' with their money and visit the bank REGULARLY. Come in and open an account today-$1.00 will start you. WE WILL WELCOME YOU. The COM ERC1IAL BANI of Arcadia radialce&FuelCo., Inc. _oanuactur~errs, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN Ice and'Ice Cream ONE 186 - - ARCADIA, LA. *- • A - HaIGH SCHOOL OPEN8 s i1 .-=M SESSION morning at 9:00 o'clock the opening of the 1921-22 ses- 2 the Arcadia High School. The o torium was filled to capac- A pupils and patrons, and u and pupils seemed eager to i theo year's work. h .J O. Cox read a short passage i : Bible and offer...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 September 1921

I CERTIFIED I Do You Read Advertisements? This is the first ;f : series of advertisemrlents you will receive from us. l heir purpose is to more fully inform you of the s' vice we are rendering the par ishes of Bienville, Claiborne anrid Lincoln and to ac quaint you in detail -,kith the merit of our Certified Petroleum Products. 'This, we trust, will lead to gain ing your business and friendship--both of which we want and have set out to achieve. (-, Some men object to advertisements-but they nearly always read them. We hope you will find ours interesting ~because we shall try to mix logic and com mon sense about buying and handling petroleum prod ucts, with the advantage of buying them from Wilker son. In case you want to save us the cost of advertis ing, you can do so at any time by just "trying us out." We are confident enought to think that advertising won't be necessary to hold your business after our ser vice receives trial. Of course if you find you need gasoline, kerosene or...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 September 1921

TIE I1cnvIL1DEMOCRArT PUBLISHED EVE&Y`! THURSDAI Y Advertising Rates on Application Jntered as Second Class Matterr, A');il 11, 1912 at the postoffice at Arialia. Ia., 'eder the Act of 3March , 1T79. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor a:nd Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS.............. Asshltant Ed'tor "To me, surPP(s does noIt ti .:,i; wealth," says Mr. Ilaiues. "W',;;itrh often goes hand in hand with it but that is incidental. Suc('ces is (; complishment---- constructive pro(iue tion, productive PonstrIution. put it w hich way you will. It (ore,,:: f-,wi creating something, whenthr an < ocean liner, or a book, or a busin..s. I or an improved kind of mouse trlp. It adds to the general happiness, or I common understanidlng. In this k:mni of accomplishment chance is a snc:hll factor." Prof. Wagner, at the opening (exi'r cises of the high school Monday mon ing, ca!led upon the patrons of the school for their co-operation in making the 192,22 session a suc'e(ss. W wonder why it is that* ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 September 1921

'l I1 "Common Two Pafr Tdriple Wear Two pair of shoes bought at the same time and worn turn about will last longer than three pair bought separately and worn out one pair at a time. OGDEN Shoes For Men Made of Mahogany Calf are sold with the assurance of 1,000 miles of service. By pur chasing two pair at once you get 1,000 miles service for nothing. Try this plan once and you'll never buy shoes the old way. 133-6-21 . S. McCONATHY, Arcadia BrNW. Jr. : : : : : : : : Teleabone No. 34 Austin, of Homer, was tu: Ile uke visited Dallas on ne vt Otis Brown leaves on p eume his school work entity. left on Thursday to ess school at New T. ,Caskey has gone to M enter the state nor- vi Taylor and Ben Saturday to enter a1 is still In New a transacting impor- p er leaves on Wed w her studies at Jud Ala. te Capers went to to 'take charge of t at that place. g n will leave on in the school in will teach ex7 Y and is leavving c ge is well prepar- I nin that line. v on left on Sunday l1 the state n...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 September 1921

NO TIME LOST BY LEGISLATURE BOTH BODIES HEED URGE TO LIM, IT SESSION TO NECESSARY SUBJECTS IN CALL. ROAD MEASURE INTRODUCED This Class of Bills Predominated the Early Days of Session-Ex-Governor Sanders Sponsor For Several Bills So Far Introduced. Baton Rouge. - The Louisiana leg. islature lost no time in getting down to business after the formalities of open. Ing had been dispensed with. The first few days of the session witnessed many bills introduced. Leaders in both bodies have made it a point to urge the members to con. Sfine legislative activities to the sub jects for which the legislature wis called and also urged quick dispatch of all business. Road legislation prodominated in the early days of the session. David IM. Evans of Madison introduced a bill im. posing license taxes on automobiles and other vehicles and requiring the secretary of state to collect the tax. A. M. Smith of Vermilion offered a bill fixing the tax on gasoline at one cent per gallon and making the state ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 September 1921

iAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ONAL LINE OF Ladies' Sport Hats t will please you in every way. When you to buy one of these beautiful Hats don't fail temind us to show you our splendid line of Ladies' Coat Suits uee to visit Shreveport any more to buy your Suits. We can please you. and are back of y suit we sell. Come early. Nelson.Row Company "We Strive to Satisfy" Gibsland, Louisiana ,!t l III i lll ll IliMII I 6 rendl digestion ,u perspns, otherwise ! and healthy, are the i occasionally with The effects of a C stomach on the are dangerous, and treatment of indiges- Ts - important. "The only T, 'I have needed has o ething to aid diges ad ,clean the liver," Mr. Fred Ashby, a B; , Texas, farmer, me, the is the the Ilbedford's said nt the nI- B AU BHI beg day on and stomach whie of any kind. I have are ;ound anything that Blei the spot, like Black. jthe I take It in broken yea meals. For along on pills, which grip. 1i92 didn't give the good ann Black-Draught liver nan is easy to take, easy am...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 September 1921

Doyou know you can roll 50 89. ci arettesfor I0cts from one bag of GENUINE "BULD URHAM TOBACCO We want you to have the best paper for "BULL." So now you can receive with each package a book, of 24 leaves of ltl.i. the very finest cigarette paper in the world. Resolutions of Respect. At a meting of Mackey Lodge No: 122, A. F. & A. M., August 28th, 1921. the foilowing resolutions were adopt ed: Whereas it has pleased the Supreme Architect of the Universe, in whose hands are the destinies of all things. to remove from this world of trials and afflictions and as we believe to a far more happier one, our Brother El. wood Page, who received his Enterest apprentice degree in Masonry Sept. 14th, 1906, passed to the degree of felloweraft Nov. 3rd, 1906, and was raised to the sublime degree of Mas ter Mason Dec. 3rd, 1906, and where as this mournful dispensation has tak en from this time honored institution of Masonry a bright and efficient mem ber of the order, therefore be it re solved,...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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